You can also consider LED lamps, especially for those light installations which have a marginal purpose and are not meant for tasks requiring concentration or for desk work. However, make sure to choose warm color LEDs instead of cold or neutral.
Taking into consideration all these aspects, let’s see what kind of light installations kids need.
Wan Spot by Flos
A creation by Johanna Grawunder, the spot is not entirely industrial in its appearance, like many other wall spots. It’s a very practical piece; it can be invisibly built-in or custom suspended on a track and its shade avoids glare. Rather original in shape, the aluminum shade is available in shiny white, chrome, lacquered black and a pleasant lacquered green.
Supernova by Flos
Ameba by Vibia
E.T.A. by Kundalini
Pedrera PD2 by Gubi
Cono by Vibia
AJ by Louis Poulsen
Atomium by Kundalini
Created by designers Hopf und Wortmann, Atomium is the kind of lamp that is appreciated by kids and teenagers, boys and girls alike. It is organic, minimalistic and asymmetrical. It can be regarded as sci-fi or hilarious and it works well as a light source in a toy corner or as a reading light on the nightstand.